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Pennsylvania Gazette on Ap The Gazette was published by Hall and Sellers, who had been requested on Octo, by the Continen-tal Congress's Committee of Intelligence to move their printing operations 25 Ibid., 26 Einhorn, The Reception," The Continental Army commanded by General George Washington  [first arrived at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania on Decem They stayed there until June 19 Men from each colony were at Valley Forge, and there were regiments from 11 of the 13 colonies. There soldiers lost their lives fighting the elements rather than the enemy. Fore-Edge Edge of the book furthest from the spine. Occasionally the text of a book will be put into a specialized book press and painted, often with a scene from the book or a landscape, so that the painting is invisible when the book is closed but visible when somebody bends the text and fans the pages—known as a fore-edge painting. Nov. 7, , issue no. , of the Pennsylvania gazette, printed at Philadelphia by David Hall and Benjamin Franklin; without date, number, masthead, or imprint. On Oct. 31, , the publishers announced the suspension of the Gazette in oppos Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML.
The Pennsylvania Packet. May 4 p. (2 leaves) ; 42 cm. Description. Letter on page two signed CATO by William Smith regarding the conduct of jury in the case of Mr. Franks accused of passing information to the enemy. 5. 5. Vol 1, p. The Pennsylvania Gazette. Feb. 14; June 4; and Sept. 1 p. (1 leaf) ; 37 cm. (and 2. One obvious modification that may or may not provide a clue is when Rivington doubled the frequency of his newspaper the week of Previously, Rivington’s Gazette had always been a weekly, but on Wednesday, May 13 he switched to a twice-weekly routine that he sustained with only a couple exceptions until the end of the : Todd Andrlik. Orderly Book 2nd Penna. Cont. Line. B: Orders Adj* of the Day tomorrow from the 2d Reg*. Guards. 1st 2nd 7th 10th Reg* do do do C: 1 Detail. Sub: 1 0 8: 2 1 1 1 C: 1 1 1 1 P: 17 6 10 9 11 5 4 42 HEAD QUARTERS May ye 20th, After orders. The same number of Officers and men to parade to-morrow Morning at Guard Mounting to Relieve theAuthor: John W. Jordan. , June 2: See the GAZETTE for other Articles and new Advertisements (p. 2/3). , June 9: See Gazette (p. 3). , June Articles of Intelligence respecting Major Rogers, &c. and Advertisements are in the POSTSCRIPT (p. 2/1). , July ☞ Corrigenda in the philological Piece in the Gazette of this Day (p. 1/2).
TO WILLIAM CARMICHAEL. Pads, Aug Dear Sir, My last to you was of June the 22nd, with a postscript of July the 14th. Yours of June the 27th came to hand the 23rd of July, and that of July the 28th came to hand the 10th instant. This was reported in the Loyalist Pennsylvania Ledger on Ma “The King’s troops have lost only one man killed since their going into the Jerseys: He was of the Queen’s Rangers, and behaved gallantly in a skirmish with the militia, who have had twenty men killed on the spot, and ten prisoners taken, with a French Lieutenant on. This page was last edited on 23 April , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may : Library of Congress, . At a Gen l Court Martial whereof Major Tylers was president, Gulf Mill May ye 2 nd , Jno Morrel, a soldier in Col. Henry Jackson's Reg t tried for Deserting from his post while on sentry, and unanimously found guilty of a brach of Article the first Sec. the 5 th and Article 6 th Section 13 th of the War, and unanimously sentenced to be hung.